Outside of the tiny (but wealthy) island of Japan, international sales for Apple are pretty much in the crapper.
Apple’s doing better than Wall Street thinks, if we can believe Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty.
Apple’s doing well in China, Apple CEO Tim Cook said today on the company’s earnings call, growing at 18 percent on a “sell-through basis,” he said.
First the iPad Mini, then the iPhone mini? It makes some sense linguistically, but it could also make some sense financially.